Identification placement and review committee-IPRC

What does the research say?

An IPRC is a meeting to decide whether or not a child should be identified as having special needs or ”exceptionalities”. The goal of the committee meeting is to ensure that the student has the support and resources necessary to be successful and to reach his or her full potential. Learn more about the IPRC process in this section.

  • 2010

    Follow-up report on special education

    Auditor General of Ontario, 2010. This follow up to the Auditor General’s 2008 report finds limited progress implementing recommendations.

  • 2008

    Report on special education

    Auditor General of Ontario, 2008. The Auditor General found an array of concerns about the special education system, including issues of growing cost, concerns about communication with parents and lack.